A bootcamp is an on-site workshop, typically two days long, that covers the core skills needed to be productive in a small research team:
Short tutorials alternate with hands-on practical exercises; learners work on their own laptops using either native software or a virtual machine, so that they have a working environment when the bootcamp is done.
All bootcamp participants are required to abide by our code of conduct to ensure that all attendees to have an enjoyable and fulfilling experience.
|University of Virginia||restricted||Mar 10-11 2014|
|New York University||open||Mar 17-18, 2014|
|Purdue University (Rawls Hall)||restricted||March 17-18, 2014|
|University of California - Berkeley||open||Mar 17-18, 2014|
|University of Washington||restricted||Mar 17-18, 2014|
|University of Melbourne||restricted||Mar 18, 21, 26 & 28, 2014|
|University of Southern Denmark||open||Apr 3-4, 2014|
|Software Skills for Scientists and Engineers||open||Apr 14-15, 2014|
|Next-Generation Sequencing||open||Apr 14, 2014|
|R for Python Programmers||open||Apr 15, 2014|
|Women in Science and Engineering||open||Apr 14-15, 2014|
|Vanderbilt University||restricted||Aug 12-13, 2014|
To help us improve our instruction, we have prepared a pre-assessment questionnaire for learners that can be used to ensure instruction is at the right level, a post-assessment questionnaire for learners to help us determine how well the bootcamp went, and a post-assessment questionnaire for instructors for calibration. Please contact us if you are organizing a bootcamp for help delivering and evaluating these questionnaires.